Alerts Pane Attributes
The attributes listed in the table below are applicable to both the CCAdv and WA Alerts panes.
|Metric Threshold Violation Alerts||Manual Alerts|
|Name||The display name of the metric whose threshold violation has caused the alert.||The message configured for the alert. The message is configured in the Manual Alerts page in the Administration module.|
|Context||The scope of the metric; that is, geographic region, application group and contact center.
The display format is:
Geographic Region > Application Group > Contact Center
|The name of a contact center associated with the manual alert. Because a manual alert can be associated with multiple contact centers, there are multiple entries in the Alerts window for a given manual alert, with one entry for each contact center.|
||Displays a symbol to indicate Warning () or Critical ()||Displays a symbol to indicate Warning () or Critical (), depending on the setting that an administrator assigned in the administration module.|
|Metric Value||The metric's value. Displayed in a red field if the alert has critical severity, otherwise displayed in a yellow field.|
|Last Updated Metric Deviation||Displays the following three types of data in the format:
The text is colored according to severity: red [Critical], or yellow [Warning].
|Threshold||The violation and warning thresholds.
Thresholds with only an upper or lower limit will have one of the following structures (the order in which the words "Warning" and "Critical" are listed identifies the threshold values as upper limits or lower limits):
Thresholds with both an upper and lower limit will have the following structure:
|Dates and Times||The Started and Duration of the alert.||The start time (the Effective Date) and end time (the Expiration Date) for a manual alert.|
|Sparkline||A graph appears in the expanded cell, showing the metric and alert activity from the time the sparkline is open.
At each bar (time interval) a tooltip displays the date, time, and metric value.
The columns are colored at each time interval, according to the severity of the alert.